The Sport Program fosters teamwork through maximum participation of the students; gives opportunities to students to develop leadership skills through the captaincy of their teams; encourages students to improve individual athletic ability and fitness levels; promotes pride in themselves and their team on the sporting arena; encourages exemplary sportsmanship and behaviour that reflect the College’s values of respect, community, environment and learning.
The focus of sport within Prep to Year 4 is to provide a fun way for children to be physically active and to improve ability to participate in sports in a non competitive environment. Inclusive sporting opportunities are conducted through the House program.
In Junior School students participate in a House Tabloid Sport Carnival or House Junior School Sports Day. The students engage in physical activities that promote fun, positive self-esteem, working together in an environment of co-operation and developing healthy attitudes to competition.
(Last update January 20, 2011)